From legendary fantasy author Gene Wolfe comes The Knight, the first half of the Wizard Knight duology, now for the first time in audio. A young man in his teens is transported from our world to a magical realm that contains seven levels of reality. Very quickly transformed by magic into a grown man of heroic proportions, he takes the name Able and sets out on a quest to find the sword that has been promised to him, a sword he will get from a dragon, the one very special blade that will help... Topic: Sci-Fi Fantasy
Has it come to this? The 80s Kids have never done a Star Wars show before, and now they are doing one it's one about this... and things were looking so good a couple of years back. Round about the time of Rogue One the future of the galaxy far, far away (or the past as it was, a long time ago) looked rosy, the new owners of Lucasfilm were feeling their way into their new acquisition and appeared to be making many of the right noises. A couple of movies later and it's all gone to pot, however.... Topics: podcast, star wars, sci-fi
Iniciamos una nueva Etapa hablando sobre la serie de Netflix Altered Carbon y haciendo una entrevista a Noa Velasco sobre su ultimo libro "Soga de seda y magia" Toda la música que escuchas en el este podcast es música libre de Jamendo. Artistas: Oursvince, Oleg Sercov, Popof, Vvsmusic. Topics: sci-fi, fantasia, ciencia ficción
James is joined by Joe Grabinski of the hilarious twitter account “Amazon Movie Reviews” ( @AmznMovieRevws ) to discuss his insane viral success, his process in selecting the best of the worst in online movie reviews, and what the future holds for his beloved novelty account. Plus the guys discuss Moon director Duncan Jones’ latest sci-fi effort MUTE . Spoilers after the music! Topics: Podcast, movies, film, sci-fi
Welcome to StarPodTrek! This is an all new podcast by Nayr and Kavura devoted completely to Star Trek! In our fantastic first issue we discuss Starbase Indy 2018, The Romulan War fan film, and Mego Star Trek toys! Topics: Star Trek, geeky, sci fi, sci-fi cons, Starbase Indy, Mego, fan films
Dan Dare "Pilot of the Future" was invented in the early 1950s as the lead character in the boys' comic "Eagle". Along with his fellow pilot Digby, he constantly fought the evil Mekon and saved Earth time and again. Fast forward to 2018, and Dan Dare has been "updated". He is still fighting the Mekon, but Digby has morphed from the useful idiot, used as a channel to explain technical matters to the reader, into a knowing, smart, foil to Dare. Throw in a female... Topics: BBC Radio Drama, Radio Sci Fi
A mash up of the films "Planeta Bur," "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet," and "Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women," with some clips from "Battle Beyond the Sun," and "First Spaceship on Venus." This is part tribute and part low comedy. This is a lower resolution file, as the hi res version was over 6 Gig in length. Topics: old sci fi films, Planeta Bur
Chuckle's Five Minute Reviews is all new for June of 2018. On this episode, Charlie reviews - "Blade Runner 2049" (2017) by Denis Villeneuve Chuckle's Five Minute Reviews is a proud production of Zima Podcasting Network and can be listened to on platforms such as iTunes and Spreaker.com. Facebook ▶️ @zimapodcastingnetwork Instagram ▶️ https://www.instagram.com/zimapodcastingnetwork/ Twitter ▶️ @ZimaPodcasting Topics: Sci-Fi, Movie, Talk, Podcast, Funny
A new sci fi podcast about artificial intelligence read by the artificial intelligence themselves. Beginning late 2018. A new sci fi podcast about artificial intelligence read by the artificial intelligences themselves. Beginning late 2018 In 2023 a joint venture between the top minds of technology finally got things right with A I. The first functional artificial intelligence was born and named Einstein. He was a new breed of A I known as an Organix. He was tasked with solving all of... Topics: The Organix, sci fi, podcast, unkle bonehead
If you tuned in last week then you'll get the picture here right away. 2011 was a year that, cinematically, mostly happened around the edges. Nothing in the Top 10 was breaking new ground or enticing the keen movie goer with more than the promise that you were getting something where you knew what it was. All the action was happening outside of the big box office. Maybe part of this was down to the death of wave-1 3D where 3D was slapped onto everything whether it warranted it or not and a few... Topics: podcast, movies, 2011, Sci Fi, Horror, Fantasy
Divisione di Encke is an empty space between the rings of the planet Saturn and is also a new musical project of the founder of batenim developed through the exclusive use of Eurorack modular synths. Divisione di Encke programs, creates, builds and modulates sounds and music through the use of electronic equipment, specifically a Eurorack modular synth. "Sci-fi Ambient Drone" music characterized by long horizontal developments with the almost absolute absence of rhythm and various... Topic: Sci-Fi Ambient Drone / Eurorack Modular System
Black shield is a private Protection agency between the 1st and 22nd universe. Our designated job is to assist in the recapture of Supernatural and paranormal entities, that escape C.E.Ls cryo-facility. These archives are reports and accounts of agents and or victems involved in scenarios with these entities. the Eraser squad, they are a last resort group created by Black shield to Erase these entities if they become a crisis, and capture is no longer possible. These entities are some of... Topic: Sci-fi fantasy entertainment writing creative
It all begins when a boy gets his first robot, an Enbot he named Frank, that would be lovingly rebuilt continuously, until it one day that robot becomes self aware and begins building itself. Frank falls in love with a chicken then secretly constructs the first TS [temporal simultaneity, TS drive] spacetime traveling starship, unfortunately for a mortal you are everywhere at everytime at once forever between destinations, pure insanity. Only a robot could have any chance of surviving. This is... Topics: synth, improvisation, instrumental, synthesizer, monster, spooky, soundtrack, sci fi
A Non-Commercial Creative Commons copyrighted modest guide, illustrated with stills from Wikimedia Commons, with films ranging from 1933's Little Women to 2013's The Book Thief that are largely of teen interest. Most of the films are G or PG, more recent titles PG-13, and a handful rated R, aimed at older teens. The aim was to focus more on the less-prurient stories that are over-produced, and more on human stories that don't require CGI or explosions to entertain. The PG-13 and R-rated... Topics: films, teenagers, comedy, romance, sci-fi, adventure, drama
Summer of Mecha Launches for 2018 with a Chinese-American co-production, set in Japan, filmed in Australia, created by a Mexican starting a British man. huzzah for globalism. Hosts: Jim, Sam and Scott Topics: podcast, movie, review, mecha, sci-fi, pacific rim
This Episode features an in-depth interview with Joshua Caito of J Caito Cosplay. Learn how to enter the world of cosplay competition and what it takes to compete on semi-professional and professional levels, how to learn to sew your own costumes to create the perfect look. Topics: Cosplay, Sci-fi, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Josh Caito
On the occasion of a new Avengers film we help you get up to speed with ten years and eighteen other movies before going to see it. Hosts: Gingivitis Kumquat Van Buren and One-Eyed Zeke Topics: podcast, movies, sci-fi, fantasy, review, random, rant, marvel, comics
The rain never stops around here. You slog down the alleyway, neon light reflecting in the shimmering puddles, briefly interrupted by the cars flying overhead. You round the corner, struggle through the smells and sounds of a makeshift marketplace, and look up. There, bathed in warm, glowing light and somehow miraculously untouched by the rain... is The VGMbassy. Emily is back! After teaching all of us about Ecco the Dolphin on episode 1, today she's hanging out as Ed discusses one of his... Topics: vgm, podcast, vgmbassy, sci-fi, video game music
The cast of the popular BBC impressionists series "Dead Ringers" take on Sci Fi. An alien (called "Geoff") lands on Earth, choosing to make his appearance in .......the London commuter town of Woking. Before long, he becomes a celebrity, appearing on TV programmes such as Great British Bake Off and Strictly Come Dancing. All deeply silly, though the non Brits will not recognise many of the people taken off. Nonetheless, all great, if silly, fun. Topics: BBC Radio Drama, Comedy Sci Fi, Saturday Play
Prepare for ludicrous speed! Season 1, Episode 10 features the crew talking about The Last Starfighter and at least one really bad idea for how “The Frontier” could have been created. They also talk about their favorite sci-fi monsters and John repeatedly calls Seth “Shawn”, for which there will eventually be vengeance. Topics: The Last Starfighter, The Frontier, Sci-fi, Science Fiction, Fantasy
[May 25, 2018] Return with the NJNM crew as they chat about 1983's RETURN OF THE JEDI, directed by Richard Marquand. “The Galactic Empire, under the direction of the ruthless Emperor, is constructing a second Death Star in order to crush the Rebel Alliance once and for all. Since the Emperor plans to personally oversee the final stages of its construction, the Rebel Fleet launches a full-scale attack on the Death Star in order to prevent its completion and kill the Emperor, effectively... Topics: star wars, return of the jedi, 1980s, sci fi
Humpback whales are ancestral whales, the most ancient terrestrial animals that exist. Their gentle and hypnotic song seems to be an original and archaic language of the planet earth covered with water for 71%. It is assumed that the fossils may also have origins from other planets like Mars where there are traces of ancient streams in frozen form at the poles and liquid and salty in other vast areas of the planet. Water in the form of rivulets-phantom, which appear and disappear. From the... Topic: Sci-Fi Ambient Drone // Modular Synth Patch Composer
Catching up with the smaller bits of Star Wars with Solo and some new novels starring everyone's favourite blue admiral. Hosts: Dan, Jeff, and Scott Topics: fantasy, podcast, review, star wars, book club, sci-fi
Professor Victor Vornoff, noted scientist, and his friends, invite you to Moon Base Zero, to enjoy some long forgotten entertainment from the Public Domain. In this episode Professor Vornoff answers a bit of viewer mail, when a sudden and uninvited visitor crashes the party. Will he eat them out of house and home? Will Lopar ever tell us how he makes such good Mac and Cheese? Will Bell Bottoms ever come back?! All this, plus the next two chapters of The Phantom Creeps and two classic cartoons! Topics: sci-fi, movie serials, comic, host show, mutants, robots
Professor Victor Vornoff, noted scientist, and his friends, invite you to Moon Base Zero, to enjoy some long forgotten entertainment from the Public Domain. In this episode, The Professor is proud to present Incoming Transmission from Moon Base Zero's first feature film offering: "The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy" Will Clem, TK421, Lopar and that cop who is just three days away from retirement survive? Tune in to find out! Topics: comedy, movie host, sci-fi, robots, mutants, aztec mummy
The second album of the artist AlTarf from southern Italy is a fascinating and evocative musical tale of the missions of the Rover on the red planet Mars, which in opposite poles and with different destiny scanned the Martian soil for more than a decade. The seven tracks that are part of the album "R.O.V.E.R." they have been recorded through the skilful use of Eurorack analog modular synthesizers where the alternation, the shaking and the manipulation of waves generate prolonged and... Topic: Sci-fi Drone Ambient music / Eurorack Modular System
Ready Player One is terrible for just so many reasons! DM, the Count, and Special Guest Rob Rector cover some, but far from all of them! Which would take just forever. Topics: movies, podcast, sci-fi, ready player one, theavod, alan tudyk
Előadják: Gépész és Evila A felvétel készült: 2018. februárja Játékidő: 17:20:31 (1041 perc) Bitráta: 80-128 kbps / 22 kHz / join stereo Megjegyzés: A hangoskönyv a "Látássérült Emberek Megsegítésére" c. projekt keretében készült. Kereskedelmi forgalomba nem hozható, de változtatás nélkül letölthető és terjeszthető! A regény – mely az Alapítvány és Birodalom-ciklus szerves része - az űrjárók és telepesek évszázados múltú... Topics: Gépész, Evila, sci-fi, regény, felolvasás, hangoskönyv, felolvasóblog
THREE FIGHTERS WILL ENTER, BEST ARGUMENT WINS! MIKE CARLSON vs MARC ANDREYKO vs DANIELLE RADFORD TODAY'S ROUNDS: 1. What’s the best science fiction film of all time? 2. What movie character would you send to chaperone your child on prom night? 3. Who’s the best actor turned director? (Must have been an actor first) 4-7. SPEED ROUNDS Download the audio version on iTunes! at our RSS Feed ►► http://apple.co/1Mw3boz Become a Screen Junkie! ► http://bit.ly/sjsubscr Got a tip? Email us ►... Topics: Youtube, video, Film & Animation, screenjunkies, screen junkies, movie fights, movie fights...
Nayr and Kavura are back with our classic sci-fi and fantasy podcast! In this special Holiday issue we cover the Star Wars Holiday Special, DC World's Greatest Superheroes by Mego, comic books of 1968, and our listeners' childhood holiday memories. Topics: geeky, Starlog, Star Wars, Mego, toys, comic books, sci-fi conventions
Dale the Jerk turns out to be not such a jerk after all, Rudy gets all up in our business, and Jazz may be out of hot water... but also right into the fire. It sure seems like something bigger than some light industrial sabotage is underway on the moon! Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
It's time for Jazz to put her plan into action, and we finally get to see what that plan is. Then, it all goes terribly, terribly wrong! We wildly speculate on what fate lies in store for our protagonist. Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
People are dead and Jazz wants nothing to do with it, but then manages to blunder her way into the path of a possible murderer anyway. Is there a conspiracy looking to rub her out? Or is Jazz just overestimating her own importance in the grand scheme of things? Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Jazz splurges on hotels, fine clothes, guided tours, and space roombas. I seems even in the future, you've got to spend money to make money. Is she also weaving herself into a sticky web of petty lies, which may come back to haunt her? Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
How does "Artemis" compare to "The Martian?" Is Jazz an anti-hero protagonist? Is the story a plausible look ten minutes into the future? Is Dale a problematic character? We go full book club on our second novel, and then announce what our third book will be! Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Lo-fi/Sci-fi Records (Germany), a netlabel where you can find audio art, experimental and extreme musics. Albums : 1 - 2 - Topi Reta/Seeglass Split 3 - GAAD - podsvjesni izbljuvak 4 - 5 - Zoisite/Abraxas Apparatus Split 6 - Wolfseule - I once stuck my finger in my eyeball 7 - Lezet - Caged 8 - Cock 7 - demo 1 9 - BHG00 - Voice Of Reason Remixes 10 - Trans Atlantic Rage - Tempting a temptress of a God high above with coolness 11 - nightSHADE 12 - Decadescape & Abraxas Apparatus - Wear the... Topics: Lo-fi/Sci-fi Records, Germany, experimental, avant garde, extreme music, electronic, post rock,...
Movie Madness with Dr. Praxis Episode 31, featuring the film Maniac! Maniac, also known as Sex Maniac, is a 1934 black-and-white exploitation/horror film, directed by Dwain Esper and written by Hildagarde Stadie, Esper's wife, as a loose adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe story "The Black Cat", with references to his "Murders in the Rue Morgue". Esper and Stadie also made the exploitation film Reefer Madness. The film, which was advertised with the tagline "He... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Movie Madness with Dr. Praxis, Ep. 26, featuring the film Reefer Madness. Reefer Madness (originally made as Tell Your Children and sometimes titled as The Burning Question, Dope Addict, Doped Youth, and Love Madness) is a 1936 American propaganda film revolving around the melodramatic events that ensue when high school students are lured by pushers to try marijuana—from a hit and run accident, to manslaughter, suicide, attempted rape, hallucinations, and descent into madness due to... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Movie Madness with Dr. Praxis, Ep. 34, featuring the film Zontar: the Invader from Venus. Zontar, the Thing from Venus also known as Zontar: The Invader from Venus is a 1966, made for television, science fiction film, directed by Larry Buchanan and based on the teleplay by Hillman Taylor and Buchanan. It is a low-budget color 16mm remake of Roger Corman's It Conquered the World(1956) which also featured an alien invader from Venus. The movie is arguably Buchanan's best known. In a review... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Movie Madness w/ Dr. Praxis Ep 38, featuring the film, Little Shop of Horrors. The Little Shop of Horrors is a 1960 American black comedy film directed by Roger Corman. Written by Charles B. Griffith, the film is a farce about an inadequate florist's assistant who cultivates a plant that feeds on human flesh and blood. The film's concept is thought to be based on a 1932 story called "Green Thoughts", by John Collier, about a man-eating plant. However, Dennis McDougal suggests... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Movie Madness w/ Dr. Praxis, featuring the film Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is a 1936 British drama/horror film produced and directed by George King, and written by Frederick Hayward, H.F. Maltby, and George Dibdin-Pitt. The film features actor Tod Slaughter in one of his most famous roles as the barber Sweeney Todd. Sweeney Todd is a fictional character who first appeared as the villain of the Victorian penny dreadful serial... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Movie Madness with Dr. Praxis, Ep. 25, featuring the film Silent Night, Bloody Night. Silent Night, Bloody Night is a 1972 American horror film directed by Theodore Gershuny and co-produced by Lloyd Kaufman. The film stars Patrick O'Neal and cult actress Mary Woronov in leading roles, with John Carradine in a supporting performance. The plot follows a series of murders that occur in a small New England town on Christmas Eve after a man inherits a family estate which was once an insane... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Scrap Brain Material: the name says it all. For his first release with Abstrakt Reflections, Bean Machine reached into the inner depths of his mind, grabbed whatever he found lying around, slapped it up into his DAW, and promptly tweaked the hell out of it. Just because. Glitchy sci-fi beats, lush ambience and densely-layered futuristic sound design is the name of the game here. Expect your mind to be knocked for a (Moebius) loop, with more fractured, pointillistic rhythms than you can shake a... Topics: futuristic, glitch, sci-fi, experimental, 16bit, brain, mind, inner depths, digital
DC TV just keeps getting bigger, not better, but much bigger. Let's unpack all our thoughts about how the fare. Hosts: Justin and Scott Topics: podcast, review, tv, sci-fi, superheroes, DC, Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow
When everything goes wrong for Jazz, it goes very wrong indeed. Mistakes pile up, an epic game of space hide-and-seek ensues, and just when it looks like our protagonist might get away, it gets worse. Will Jazz ever see her million slugs? Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Movie Madness with Dr. Praxis, Ep. 27, featuring the film The Sadest. The Sadist (also known as Profile of Terror and Sweet Baby Charlie) is a 1963 black-and-white exploitation film written and directed by James Landis, and stars Arch Hall, Jr. The film was distributed by Fairway International Pictures of the United States and Prima Film of Canada. The film is loosely based on the killing spree of Charles Starkweather, upon which the later films Badlands (1973) and Natural Born Killers... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Movie Madness w/ Dr. Praxis Ep. 42, featuring the film, The Ghoul! The Ghoul (1933) is a British horror film starring Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger, and Ralph Richardson, making his film debut. The film screenplay uses the merest skeleton of the story and characters and blends it with the Egyptian mysticism of The Mummy while capitalizing on the "thunderstorm mystery" mood of The Old Dark House (1932), Karloff's two previous Universal Pictures. Eccentric... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
We learn the delicate art of welding on the moon in a short chapter largely devoted to welding on the moon, and why Dale makes a good safety buddy. Also, speculation on what the Brazilian mob might do to Rudy if they take over! Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Jazz helps catch a murderer, continues to be a jerk to pretty much everyone she knows, and then finds herself having brought the wrong weapon to a fight. Also, we finally find out just what ZAFO is! Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Jazz gets her first look at her targets, learns more about the trouble with getting prophylactics on the moon, and lies right to her dad's face. Plus, discussion on the lunar diversity, and the niche enterprises that arise from finding every day problems in a new environment! Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Space Writer is a podcast about screenwriting, science fiction, and the intersection of sci-fi and queerness. Topics: screenwriting, science fiction, sci-fi, writing, writer, screenwriter, queer, lgbt, lgbtq, lgbt+,...
"The War of the Worlds" is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloweenepisode of the series on Sunday, October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds (1898). It became famous for allegedly causing mass panic, although the scale of the... Topics: praxis, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, movie, madness, film, hosted, horror, sci-fi,...
Hubba Hubba Revue presents MONDAY NIGHT HUBBA: H.P. LUSTCRAFT'S SCI-FI BIRTHDAY Featuring performances by: Arcadia Kane Maggie Motorboat Emjay Mercury Anita B Johnson Lady Dinah Saur Little Glitter Bomb H.P. Lustcraft Yvonne Abstruse Ifn Whendy Hosted by: Alexa Von Kickinface & Vera Monday Night Hubba is the perfect way to start your week sexy: with cocktails, tease, comedy and a more intimate experience than Hubba's big monthly extravaganzas! Each Monday night is a fun-filled, shimmering... Topic: DNA Lounge: Monday Night Hubba: H.P. Lustcraft's Sci-Fi Birthday (2018-10-08d)
The Marvel Catch-up special rears it head again in for us to talk Black Panther, Avengers, Jessica Jones and Deadpool hosts: Dan, Jeff, and Scott Topics: podcast, review, movies, sci-fi, tv, netflix, marvel, superheroes, comic books
A new challenger approaches! It’s our Con Spectacular! Earlier in November the Galactic Driftwood crew attended Anime Nebraskon. Then later in the month we dressed up and went to Teslacon 9: The Battle of Britain! In Episode 14 we talk about our experiences, talk anime,cosplay, and share the interviews we got from at the cons. In addition, we’re joined by new member Jenna Valadez and guest Linda Newman, who help us weigh in on representation in fiction as well as numerous other topics. Topics: Anime Nebraskon, Teslacon 9, The Battle of Britian, Female Representation, Sci-fi, Science Fiction,...
We get a lesson on the history of Artemis' economics, Jazz is cut loose to cause trouble, and promptly begins planning to do just that. Is Svoboda becoming a lurve interest for our heroine? Has Nita been shipping her with someone else? What constitutes "light flirting?" Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Jazz meets the only other conscious person on the moon, then hops in a hamster ball with a pointy stick. We also discuss the Watsonian and Doylist implications of that last point, and muse on whether we're in store for a REAL downer of a final chapter. Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime
Jazz nearly dies, steals a McGuffin, and misjudges pretty much everyone in her life. We also coin the title "Royal Canadian Moon Sheriff." Topics: the read-along, book club, literature, reading, Artemis, Andy Weir, science fiction, sci-fi, crime